Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu has been catching some serious heat over the way his office handled the search for missing hiker Christopher Hensley. The PCSO's own search crew combed the Superstition Mountains for days. But it was Superstition Search and Rescue, a private, all-volunteer team ouste ... More >>
We're not entirely sure what separates good accountants from bad accountants, but we can say with some certainty that only a terrible accountant would get caught stealing cash several times.That said, 39-year-old west Valley accountant Michelle Hice is allegedly a terrible accountant.
Legislative District 13 voters will be able to vote for state House candidate Darin Mitchell, despite the fact that a judge ruled he doesn't live in the district.Mitchell, a Republican, decided to appeal the county superior court ruling ordering him off the ballot, and he ended up winning that battl ... More >>
Don Kenney, the former "quarterback" of one of Arizona's most notorious scandals, AzScam, stole his son's personal info in 1998 to work as a real-estate broker in San Diego.This month, following a brief expose by former Arizona Republic reporter Lily Leung, Kenney's son agreed to surrender the real- ... More >>
The video above is a rambling from Congressman-turned-lobbyist-turned-Congressional candidate Matt Salmon, giving his glowing review of an organization founded by an extremely wealthy fellow who's done some prison time, wears a cape, thinks he's the second coming of Christ, and believes crosses on c ... More >>
Here's something that was expected from the Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma beating Connecticut by 28 points. Here's something unexpected from the Fiesta Bowl: Their employees have allegedly been running a scheme to reimburse illegal campaign contributions (among other accounts of contemptuous courtship w ... More >>
Steve MoakThe Arizona Capitol Times has declared a new frontrunner in the crowded District 3 Congressional primary.Businessman Steve Moak, the paper claims, has taken over for Ben Quayle as the leader in the 10-person race.Check out the Cap Times' assessment of the race after the jump.
Steve MoakSteve Moak is one of 10 candidates in the GOP primary for the District Three Congressional seat. But prior to his bid to be the District's next congressman, he was a businessman and philanthropist.The line between profit and charity appears to have been blurred for Moak, who, according ... More >>
Rick Renzi A federal jury yesterday handed a guilty verdict to Rick Renzi's accountant, Dwayne Lequire, for embezzling $796,000 from the former Congressman's company -- and conspiring with Renzi to do it. He faces up to 85 years in prison when he's sentenced on October 18. Th ... More >>
President Barack Obama deftly turned an embarrassment for Arizona State University into a theme for his commencement speech on Wednesday, urging students to never stop "adding to your body of work."The reference was to a statement made by ASU spokeswoman Sharon Keeling when asked why the univer ... More >>
Wikimedia Commons The soon-to-be-unemployed Bob Melvin. Two years ago Arizona Diamondbacks skipper Bob Melvin was the National League's manager of the year. And now he's (reportedly) toast. KTAR sports jock John Gambadoro (of Gambo & Ash fame) is reporting that Melvin will be axed as soo ... More >>
Phoenix boxing great Michael Carbajal says his big brother and manager, Danny, stole every penny he had
When a career courthouse scam artist joins forces with a top Arizona criminal defense attorney, it ain't pretty
Letters from the week of December 18, 2003
With "Beers For My Horses," Willie Nelson proves attempts to mummify him are premature
Threats, fines and force: The city of Phoenix stops at nothing to revive a troubled community
Back with what may be his best album, Texas treasure Delbert McClinton looks back on five decades of music making
The new glass-and-steel federal courthouse shatters the image that government structures have to be stodgy
Christopher Walken steals heist-driven The Opportunists
It's not called est anymore, but you can still be ridiculed into self-awareness in just one expensive weekend
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The free market alone was supposed to control charter schools, but the state is stepping in to clean up Gail Battistella's mess at Dragonfleye Charter School
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TANYA BECKER WANTED A NICE RENTER FOR HER HOME. SHE WOUND UP WITH A REAL-LIFE "PACIFIC HEIGHTS" TENANT
RUBY DOMINGUEZ PUT HER HEART AND SOUL INTO THE ARIZONA MUSIC CENTER. IT WASN'T ENOUGH.
J.D. RAN HIMSELF UP A FLAGPOLE. BUT NOBODY SALUTED.
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